As energy policy remains at the top of the political agenda, hydrogen is touted as a critical tool in the net-zero transition. However, while policy ambitions are increasing globally, the practical pathway to scaling up clean hydrogen remains unclear. Existing hydrogen production still needs to be decarbonised, while pertinent questions also remain about the lack of progress on large-scale projects and the availability of cheap renewable power to produce green hydrogen. Against this backdrop, disagreement continues over which sectors the fuel is best positioned to decarbonise. Can the industry navigate these challenges to make clean hydrogen a permanent feature of the global energy mix?
Now in its third year, the FT’s Hydrogen Summit has established itself as the pre-eminent gathering of leading hydrogen executives, policymakers and financiers. Throughout a comprehensive day of content and networking, the Summit will once again provide a unique forum for a nuanced discussion of the opportunities and obstacles in harnessing the full power of hydrogen.